In this lecture on the need to live in or close to wilderness Dr. Kepner uses the film “Into the Wild” to explore analytically one young man’s desperate attempt to heal a broken psyche through an experience of wilderness. Joseph Campbell’s themes of the archetypal heroic will be explored in light of current, changing conceptions of the archetype. As wilderness disappears, what implications for Soul and psyche resound? How do we sustain our soulful connections to both inner and outer wilderness? What is an inner wilderness? How are inner and outer wilderness connected and in relationship to one another? Or not?
FRIDAY, April 20th, 2018 7-9 pm
STAN HAGEN THEATRE @ North Island College
Tickets at the door: $15 for members & students / $20 for non-members – Cash only at door.
Presented by Jane Kepner. Jane Kepner, MDiv, PhD, trained as a Jungian Analyst at the CG Jung Institute, Zurich, and as a psychologist at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria, California. . After having lived in US and European cities most of her life, she along with her musician husband, Gilbert, moved to a mountain wilderness.http://www.janekepner.com/
The COMOX VALLEY C. G. JUNG SOCIETY is a group of diverse people who share a common interest in the work of the Swiss Psychologist Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961). Jung pioneered the psychology of the unconscious, personality type, dream interpretation, synchronicity and the search for inner meaning in life events. We are pleased to invite you to join us!